Julius Brasserie: culinary multiculturalism in Urca

Julius Brasserie: culinary multiculturalism in Urca

At the foot of Sugarloaf Mountain, a charming brasserie with international influences.

Upon his arrival in Rio in 2010, the Dutch owner, Julius, fell in love with this charming and atypical restaurant in the village of Urca, a town of 7,000 inhabitants in the Rio's Zona Sul.

This brasserie, with large bay windows, offers a unique view, just below Sugarloaf Mountain. The picture-postcard scenery has long attracted Cariocas and couples looking for a romantic interlude. The menu brings together contemporary Brazilian, French, Italian and Dutch influences, from ceviche and steak tartare for starters, excellent meat selection (Black Angus beef, duck breast, Thai curry), various risottos, and the fresh fish of the day. The same spirit animates the dessert section, with the chocolate tart sure to win your vote.

The decoration will add to your delight: fluffy blue banquettes and chic tables.

Julius Brasserie
Avenida Portugal, 986
Rio de Janeiro 22291-050

+55 (0)21 3518 7117


Menu: around 75 BRL